Reviews and Problems with Lost Planet: Extreme Condition
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Kevin Hannaford, Amazon
29 January 2014
Summary: I couldn't get through this game without cheat codes even on easy setting. Damn, it's a hard game in my opinion. Sometimes you get sensory overload when your character is thrown about and can't even get up off the ground to fire off a shot because 15 rockets are raining down on you!! The graphics and audio are impressive.
Summary: This game has a very good campain. The campain is long, challenging, and the story is interesting. The multiplayer would be great but noyone really plays online. You might find an online match but its very likely that there will only be a few people. I am looking forward to buying the second Lost Panet soon.
Summary: My family (dad and bro) really enjoy this game. While not too complex in story line the graphics are good and the twist for thermal energy is unique. I've read the reviews that gave this game 1 stars, and their main complaint is the thermal energy. Frankly, this game was easy enough on normal not to worry too much about thermal, and I thought it really made this game special.
Summary: Well, first off let me say, this is my first "Lost Planet" game, so im not completely familiar with it. The gameplay is smooth, although its rather easy to get lost. The Akrid are cool, and some of the battles are pretty intense. But, there is a limited number of types of Akrid. I think 4, maybe 5 so far? Thats okay with me, but some may take issue with it. All in all its a fun game, but its not perfect. 4/5.
Summary: I have to admit that I was very pleasantly surprised with this game. I have read all the negative reviews and I was very dubious about buying it, but since my wife got it for me and it only cost 20 bucks I figured it was worth popping it in for a spin. The story was slow getting you into the game and it is very jumpy and final fantasy esc in some of the mannerisms and dialogue, and it makes very little sense to this point.
Summary: I put Lost Planet: Extreme Condition on my wish list because it looked like Gears of War crossed with Robotech, featuring giant mecha and tiny soldiers battling huge monsters in a frozen environment. That's more or less what I got. Our hero, Wayne Holden (modeled after Byung-hun Lee and voiced in English by Josh Keaton), loses his father to a giant Akrid known as Green Eye.